When preparing for your pet´s euthanasia, it is helpful to decide who you would like to have present during the euthanasia. Some people – yourself included – may be comfortable being present during parts of the euthanasia procedure but not all of it. We encourage each individual who will be present to do whatever feels appropriate at the time, including leaving the room or coming back at any time during the euthanasia visit. If you wish to be alone during the procedure, you may still want to ask a friend or family member to be with you before and/or afterward – in person or by phone – so their support is available.
What Our Clients Say:
So lucky to have found Dr. Shanan at the end of my cat's life. He went far above and beyond the call of duty. He gave us the invaluable gift of 10 extra days together (which couldn't have happened without his support) and a peaceful passing at home. Equally valuable as his veterinary and palliative care expertise is his understanding...
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Thank you, Dr Shanan, Liat, Jodi, Greer, Gretel, Leigh, and Armando for all your help and support during Cupid's later years and also for helping with Tiger from 2005 until her passing in December 2010 at age 22. I am glad I found you in September 2005 after I had surgery and was not allowed to lift more than 5 lbs for a month, and Tiger needed veterinary care at home.
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